The video showed a young professional man sitting in a boat claiming that he had made over a million dollars just working from home - he didn't give the name of the company, but he encouraged the viewer to pay the $37 dollars and get started "that night." He called the company "Coffeehouse Millionaires," and that is what I thought I was getting into. He explained that if I got a mentor, I would learn quickly, and there was a red arrow pointing down. When I clicked on the arrow, it asked me for another $197 for the mentor. I thought, "okay, I guess I can afford a couple hundred bucks to make lots more, so I agreed.
Then I had to watch another video, which said that if I wanted to make even more money, I would need to pay another $297 to get to speak to a special trainer! So, I fell for that one - another charge. I had then spent $537.
Then I received a message that read: Call 1-800-xxx-xxx to speak to the special trainer. I called that night, spoke to a lady, who said that everyone had gone home and she would have someone call me the next day. The next day I spoke with a representative named Andrew. He called from California. He kept me on the phone asking me personal questions about my credit cards, ie: "How many credit cards do you have? How much do you owe? How much credit is remaining? For half an hour he questioned me about my finances and if I wanted to invest in proper training. He asked me to get my husband on the phone and asked him if he was willing to support me if I used my credit cards to continue. Andrew also said he would have to convince supervisor that I was worthy of a position in his business." He gave me homework to do and called back today telling me that some people had invested $20 to $50 thousand dollars to make lots of money. In other words, the Coffeehouse deal literally threw me into Digital Success! Scared me half to death - told him no thanks and hung up. So much for making money, I have been scammed!